Not everyone can get to the Ali Center, but its Digital Museum makes various elements of its collections available for view for anyone, free of charge.
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Located at 124 N. First St., Roots 101 is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday.
The Breakfast of Champions is celebrating a Louisville boxing legend.
In and outside the ring, Carlos Dixon says he has a deep admiration for Ali and his effort to spread peace in the world.
On June 3, 2016, the city of Louisville began to say goodbye to boxing legend and its native son, Muhammad Ali.
The 10-day Muhammad Ali Festival kicks off on June 3 at Cave Hill Cemetery.
The Center had been closed amid the coronavirus pandemic, but reopened to the public Thursday.
She says we've already lost too many people to the virus, and everyone who is able to get the vaccine should.
After nine years, Donald Lassere is leaving his role at the Ali Center for a position as President and CEO of the Chicago History Museum.
The museum is just a handful of venues chosen for the virtual experience.